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What a beautiful journey

Day 546 - Perth to Byron Bay completed

sunny 26 °C

Indigo and Paul complete Harvey's journey.

Harvey, with the help of many friends, has been pushed for 6,000km across Australia, keeping peoples imaginations active and alive, with the dream for peace being discussed by more people than before.

Harvey was finally pushed over the line by Indigo and Paul, and I myself thought it was a perfect way to conclude this chapter of Harvey's journey. I remember on the 2nd day of this journey, where Nick joined and walked with me for several days after, who gave me wisdom, courage and direction. He then let me free to follow my own path and Nick continued his own dream in his own life. The list of those who walked and pushed Harvey over a year later is long. That is what the walk was truly about, sharing peoples hopes, dreams and experiences and then following your own direction.

Nathan calling me in!

I believe this walk was more than just successful. I learned a great deal about other people, those who have different opinions than my own, those who don't believe we will ever have peace. I felt as a student, to listen more and understand the reason of having negative thoughts of the future, but one by one, I was getting stronger in my own beliefs. I became happier in myself, and yet seeing those who do not see a peaceful world, are unhappy. So to me, the attitude is crucial, if you live negatively, you will have a unhappy life, so even if my philosophy of believing in peace is wrong, I will have a happier life anyway. I would rather be in the wrong and live peacefully, believing in global peace some day, than be in the right and unhappy. Even though I did not change some peoples views, we still became friends, by respecting our own opinions and thus, peace was achieved. It is self healing to feel peace in your heart when you make peace with someone who come from the other side of the road of opinion.

The Mayor Jan Barham welcomes me to Byron Bay - The last few metres walking with 2 inspirational people and thousands of peoples dreams for peace carried in Harvey.

For now, I am resting in Adelaide with Jacky. I have been distant to take myself away from the non stop thinking of planning this walk, which has been taxing for 18 months. I have many decisions to make ahead, but for now, its time to rest my body and mind, and rest Harvey's wheels, until the next chapter.

Frank & Jacky - Harvey

I wish to thank all of those who were involved with this journey. I am fully aware of the number of people who made such a major impact on this project and myself. It is an impressive list of peoples names.

I finish this blog with a quote from Andie of Violet Town, who summed up this journey aptly when we were talking. When I pushed Harvey the very first time in 1993, I never knew this empty wheelchair will eventually be filled of peoples dreams and desires for peace. That is who Harvey us, and I hope he becomes bigger, day by day, step by step.

"The day you left, walking away pushing Harvey, I felt a part of my heart went with you in that wheelchair" Andie Walton

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Harvey's journey is completed.

Day 546 - 5985km Byron Bay

sunny 26 °C

2002 - Frank was asked to walk around the rock, not over it. Frank respected that, and decided to walk around it, the long way.

So it's finally over, or did another just begin?

Harvey, the symbolic and invisble character for peace, has been kissed, hugged, arrested, run over, and pushed across Australia from Perth to Byron Bay from April 2nd 2006 to 29th September 2007. Harvey was helped by Frank Muldowney, and hundreds of those who walked or contributed in completing this funny, inspirational, origional, political and imaginative journey.


The ending was different than some thought, as Harvey was pushed through the tape beside the famous Cape Byron Lighthouse by Indigo (15) and Paul (51). Frank stopped at the end and passed the wheelchair to the two inspiring people who touched Frank's heart on the journey, who are now starting their own dreams. Frank did not complete the walk just 5 metres short, and instead went to the love of his life Jacky Agosti.
"It was never about kilometres and records" said Frank.

"I never had a desire to end this walk, it's the beginning and living it was the greatest happiness I have ever felt. The last 5 steps, to me, is there to remind anyone who never tried to follow a dream, as it's the trying is the key, not necessarily the acheiving" said Frank. "Trying to create peace in myself and others, brought true happiness
in my heart, so I now know, happiness is the way to peace."

A few minutes later. Frank (smiling as he actually pulled a muscle on the last kilometre) strolled to the people who travelled long distances to congratulate him. The Mayor of Byron Bay, Jan Barham welcomed Frank to the town, and both has a few words of the importance of believing, thinking and creating peace. It was an emotional and inspiring day for many.

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The beginning in Perth - Harvey, the magnet, attracting friends in Melbourne

Annette Walton (Film Director) recorded the day, from the morining till dusk, and NBN TV also recorded the conclusion of the journey. The web site will be updated in the next few weeks, when the recorded moments can be shown both here and on You Tube.

There is a major 'thank you' to so many people who supported Frank from the beginning till the last few weeks of this journey. He wishes to publish all the names of those who were a part of the entire walk.

Siochain Leat

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Harvey's journey

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Kue interviews Frank in Coff's Harbour

Day 527 - Walk ends on 1pm, 29th September, at the Lighthouse in Byron Bay

sunny 23 °C


FRANK MULDOWNEY, an Irishman who has been walking across Australia in a campaign for world peace, has passed through Coffs Harbour on the home stretch of his journey.

Harvey reaches the east coast, 5700km completed.

You may have seen Frank walking through Coffs Harbour toward his final destination last weekend – pushing his friend Harvey the entire way.

Harvey, whom you can see by the presence of his orange wheelchair, was created by Frank as an imaginary leader for peace and kindness.

After suffering a from a brain haemorrhage at the age of 19, Frank turned to positive thinking to aid his recovery. He quickly learned that other factors in his life could be influenced by the same method. “I decided that my health was important, and that to get better I had to believe I would be better. It started to work, and it got me thinking – why couldn’t we create world peace the same way?” Frank said.

The walk, which began in April, last year in Perth, is aimed at spreading the word of how the world can achieve peace by the year 2015. “It’s about the little things. Maybe you’ll see the person behind you in the line at the Newsagent is buying a paper. Why not pay for it for them?” he said.

“It’s the best when they don’t know who you are. Buy someone a drink, or offer to help. That’s truly what kindness is,” Frank said.

Inspired by Albert Einstein’s words,
“Imagination is more important than knowledge, knowledge is limited, imagination encircles the entire world.”
Frank decided his walk for peace was a great way to create a global pilgrimage for peace.

“I’m aiming at heading back to Ireland to walk from Dublin to Belfast, with Harvey of course, and then on to Israel. Hopefully by the time I finish it will be a Walk of Celebration,” Frank said.

If you see Frank on his walk for peace, feel free to join in – Frank said there’s plenty of room next to Harvey. He’s set to finish his journey at Byron Bay at the lighthouse on September 29, 1pm.

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Dolphins showing us how to live peacefully, with a smile.

Day 525

semi-overcast 18 °C

Zippy telling Nathan a joke!

The crew at work - On the road, Harvey enjoying new walkers, Kim, Kate, Nathan of course, and Bindi the dog who wanted to walk longer than I did!

It was an honour for Nathan and I to have an intimate experience with the Dolphin's world at the Pet Porpoise Pool in Coff's Harbour.

The trio showing off - This is Calamity, my first Dolphin kiss (sorry Jacky!)

Kim is the show organiser, who showed us the way in this tranquil place. We both learned a lot about the horrific damages caused by pollution, and Dolphins particularly are curious creatures who can be harmed by anything from cans to plastic bottles. We hope to create awareness about this on the last 20 days of this walk.

Bella, the 2 year old star.

The message from this walk is 'Peace' and the Dolphins to me are a great example to all of us how to live, peacefully with a smile. The Dolphin world has no borders, live off the natural gifts which we have, and give love and humour to others. Perhaps we the humans have a lot to learn from these beautiful, intelligent mammals, and maybe that is why we are so fascinated about them.

Bella - Just after feeding time, one decided to go for a record of twists and turns of glee, its a dolphin thing!

We are hoping to have another interview with NBN TV at the Pet Porpoise Pool, and see if we can express the same peacefullness between us and the Dolphins. Nathan and I and many believe we will have world peace by 2015, I wonder what the Dolphins think, as they do not seem to look negative about the future unlike so many humans who do. Perhaps it's true that Dolphins are more intelligent than us, they are certainly happy. This brings me back to my own belief in a quote, that 'happiness is the way to peace'.

A poem from Jacky Agosti, of the scars that we and Dolphins have to live with -


"I believe our scars are an important part of life,
I like to cherish scars,
sad moments, happy moments,
big bums, small bums,
the rain, the sun,
the tears, the joy,
the celeries, the chocolates...
No more stories of the past but actions in the present,
and plans for the future.
Lets protect nature and everything that has come from it."

Thank you Kim and all the staff of the PPP. We loved every moment of it.

For more information about the 'wonderful' Pet Porpoise Pool check out this web site

Frank Muldowney

PS. Jacky she started the kissing!

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In Nambucca, now just 22 days to Byron Bay.

Day 522 - 5580km

rain 17 °C

Meeting with the Rotary Club in Nambucca

After I set the final day of the walk, 29th September, more ideas came my way. Nathan and I were invited to a business meeting with the Rotary Club in Nambucca, and the reaction to it was positive. Members of the club gave us a lot of advice and connections which may be the beginning of a professional plan for this pilgrimage in both Australia and abroad.

Harvey's moon

A few days ago we saw this stunning orange moon, the night of the eciplse. We looked at it as a sign of good times ahead just a few days before the USA President's arrival. All I can think is, a glowing orange moon was a message that Harvey is here, peace is here, and it will grow step by step, person by person. The universe is in charge, we just help along in our own small way, to make a small difference to put a smile on people, which may some day put a smile on the moon.

A tight squeeze in the van for lunch - Alex of Taree joined in giving my back a rest and new fresh hands pushing Harvey.

Alex walked with us after Taree, a future journalist, musician, and anything he put his mind to it really. He introduced us to his family and friends in Wingham, who welcomed us to their home, a night of luxury, lovely meal, showers and a bed! What, a bed. You have no idea what a wonderful feeling these generous people have giving to us.

We also met Terry in Nambucca, who has welcomed us in home and we stayed here for the last 3 nights, using his home as a base to help us on the way to Coffs Harbour. We covered a lot of ground and a lot of publicity work, and we thank you Terry for open more doors for us on this journey.

I had to stay at Paddy's Rest, and Irish sign im sure.

Now off we go again, counting the days and the kilometres, and we are now looking forward to the 29th to see is this an ending or is it really a beginning.

Namaste to all those who supported us over the last week.

Frank and Nathan

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The final day, 29th September 2007

Day 520 - 5525km

sunny 24 °C

The evening at Flynn's Beach where we saw the stunning eclipsed moon. It was orange! So it was Harvey's night to tell us when the walk will end.

After much consideration and planning, the final day of 'Believing in Harvey' is set on the 29th of September 2007, at the Lighthouse in Byron Bay. it will be a beginning rather than an ending.

I remember a meeting with Shiera O'Brien, my friend and coach in 2005, where I walked across an invisible map of Australia on the floor, so I can visualise the journey and its challenges and then the final day. It was a very important moment for me as I had an inner smile as I never doubted my determination to start this walk, but more importantly how it ends.

Johnathon Ng (photographer) taking a risk on the main road for a good shot

It has been a bigger task than I thought. I did not know I had to improve myself in diplomacy, understanding and generosity, I think I learned a lot from this. I made a decision early to make friends with each person regardless of the differences of my own opinions or thoughts and find out is it possible to make friends with everyone? Im sure thats probably impossible, but I have not made any enemies, so I have learned one part that I am very proud of.

The wisdom of so many people on this journey is overwhelming. From my cousins in Perth, all the way to the families on the east coast I have recently met. I am privileged to meet so many, who have given me shelter, water, food and wisdom in abundance. All I could do was to respect them and their views and thoughts, and treat their homes as a temple. That was always a priviledge to do. Thank you for all those who made such a difference in this long journey.

The 29th will be a special day for me and I hope it will open the imagination of others to follow their own dreams, by living it. Each dream is different, and in my experiences it is no picnic believe me, but the more effort you put in, the more you are rewarded. It took courage for me to follow my heart and earn the right to deserve it, and it is only now that I feel I have.

There are too many names to thank, who changed this dream into a reality, but you all know who you are. I know some will be there in Byron Bay, and it will be a joy to meet these friends again. Some of the most important people of my life will not be there on the 29th, but they will be in my heart. For those no longer with us are their too, in Harvey.


Frank Muldowney

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A rest in Kempsey

Day 517 - 5484km

semi-overcast 21 °C

A intimate chat at Tank FM

Sometimes Nathan and I have a chance to rest our bodies. So we can do the laundry, shopping, update the diaries and web sites, clean the van and plan the next 3 or 4 days....and thats a rest day!

Anyway we still had time for a chat on the local radio station 'Tank FM', an nery enjoyable conversation. When we came into Kempsey we got so many people who heard of this walk, some from the Prime TV interview, others saw the NBN TV interview of last week, and all we can say is "Tank you" :-)

It is now about 115km to Coffs Harbour, where I will have a set time of when the walk will be completed. I still have to consider which vehicle will be used on the last few days, as the rented van is running out of days and Namaste is now repaired but parked way behind not far from Raymond Terrace. I will have to make a decision how to work this out plus the best date to suit as many people as possible.

For now, many thanks for the people of Kempsey, and we will meet even more lovely people on the last 30 days or so.


Frank Muldowney

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The last 500km

Dat 512 - 5400km

sunny 24 °C

A happy day in Sydney

I am now resting in Kew, a small town just 24km short of Port Macquarie.

It is probably ther first time that I feel the walk is coming to an end in Australia. I know I could walk this last 500 in 20 days, but I would rather have patience and see what else is possible to promote Harvey and the meaning of this pilgrimage.


Over the last few weeks, I have received positive reactions to local councils and information offices who see the possibility of large numbers of peaceful minded walkers, travelling through this path in the future. This idea of a pilgrimage of peace can improve towns who have been bi-passed or have struggled over the years like Norseman, Karuah or Buladelah. I will not be able to speak officially about this idea until the walk is over, then I think I have a lot of letters to write.

Having a chat with a friend in Karuah

For me it is a time to rest, and think of my loved ones in Ireland and Europe and of course here in Australia, as it is those who have carried me so many years to have this opportunity, trying to make a difference.

It's the trying is always the key.



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It's Taree (not Tralee!)

Day 510 - 5310km

all seasons in one day 17 °C

Nathan taking a imaginative picture in Newcastle

After 5 days of, heavy, light, consistent and persistent rain, we finally had a dry'ish day when we reached the friendly and cheerful town of Taree.

The journalists of NBN TV and the 'Taree Times' met us on the main bridge as we walked into the town. It is always lovely to meet people who greet you with a smile, and it's needed when we are both tired, with so many targets still to do each day.

As the journey is coming to an ending (of sorts!) a few are now asking about a date when I reach Byron Bay. Well I feel the 22nd is a very good guess right now (give or take a week either way), but firstly I will be asking as many people who were so important in making this event possible. I will be setting a date that suits the most numbers of those who wish to be there. So I will be texting and calling quite a few people, and I will try to pick the best date, but I will not be able to choose a date that suits everyone.

Tomorrow I start the next 80km to Port Macquarie, and it will not be too long when I reach Coffs Harbour.

Kilometres dissapear very quickly when it is coming to last 500.


Frank & Nathan

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Rain stop play!

Day 504 - 5270km

rain 16 °C

I am in a small town called Bulahdelah (yes a mouthful) I was aiming to walk another 25km today but the heavens opened, and its supposed to be a wet spell until Thursday.

Today it was close to a storm, heavy rain all night and day, with gusts which was enough to put me off walking on the Freeway or Highway. The wind is always the main problem, but heavy rain mixed makes it a little too dangerous for me. I have been lucky weather-wise on this journey but why be a wet sponge all day where the drivers wont even see me.

I aim to walk again tomorrow, and hope to reach Taree in 4 days. I hope to update this blog soon, where I can add some pictures of this week.

Special thanks to Andrew and Daphne for the help and support with our time in Raymond Terrace and at The Funny Farm and we wont forget Colin Ron and Paul who have put a smile on our faces.

Thank you guys.

Namaste - Frank and Nathan

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Newcastle - the final major town

Day 496 - 5169km

sunny 25 °C

The crow who followed me from Perth shows me the way :-)

I knew it was a long walk to Newcastle, probably 28km from Swansea. I was walking before 7am, but a strong western wind slowed me down. The road, the 111 Highway was pretty safe, and at about 17km I met Nathan in Charlestown for lunch. A much needed rest.

Harvey reaches the coast on the east in Newcastle

I was feeling a little weary, but I knew I will have a rest for one or two days before taking the next 160km to Taree. My mind seems a little clearer now. I know exactly the distance to Byron Bay, and I know that the councils and the information offices are the important people to promote this Pilgrimage. I firstly wished to promote it when the walk was over, but I am learning fast from the local councils so it is becoming a good idea to make sure all the councils know of this walk before I reach Byron Bay.

The terrific staff of information office in Gosford - The dangerous roads I met on the way from Sydney.

I have not recorded much on the video camera, as I am tired after each days walk plus the number of people Nathan and I talk to about the walk and its purpose. It is just part of it, but the local people always give us a boost and thats probably why we do not rest that much. Even when we meet people who think peace will never happen, Nathan said once 'but if you could see it, would that change your view". It is true, like the Einstein quotation, "knowledge is limited", you have to use your imagination and your vision of peace to create it.

I have learned a great deal on this journey. I came here to make friends with anyone of any type, and I am proud of myself that I have given my opinion and my respect to everyone. I don't seem to have a single enemy, it is a lovely feeling. I understand the importance of making friends with the enemy. To me this is the key to creating peace. It is far too easy to be loving and caring to your friends, and spend no time with ones you don't like - really that means you are only building walls between people. I have met so many people on this journey who feel their own opinions are more important than other peoples feelings, some are neighbours, or just people they just met. Sometimes these people inadvertingly create hatred between people, no different than terrorists. When that happens, I prefer to be alone rather share my company with them, some just will not change. But I believe that in time they will understand why they are limited in making friends. The brotherhood of man, is everyone, not just the ones you like.

Diversions after diversions - Bobby made me a safer path.

I have learned more from people who are nothing like me, and have complete opposites of my opinions. My way is simple, I respect their views, but they must respect mine - thats the way to end friction and build an understanding thus a friendship. If one cannot understand the other persons opinions, then it is you and I have failed to make friends. I was proud to be Irish when I heard of the peace agreement in Ireland. I read it in Time magazine, even though there is no solution if there will be a united Ireland or not, but is it important? We have peace first, that was always the first priority.

I hope I will have the opportunity to speak to as many people as possible in the final month, and after that a long rest to recharge my batteries, until the next journey.

The day we were on NBN TV 6 o'clock News.

Namaste to all those who helped us, we are very privilaged to meet them.

Frank Muldowney

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NBN TV interview with Harvey?

Day 493 - 5090km

sunny 22 °C


Walking into Gosford was one of the most enjoyable day so far on this long journey.
I had to get past several diversions as the Pacific Highway is damaged because of the storms early in the year, some parts are now washed away. I have also decided to walk about an extra 30km's to ignore the Freeway, as it is the most dangerous road I have seen so far on the journay - no rest for me coming to the end!

NBN TV parked beside the van - The dangerous road coming into Gosford

Finally I was now close to Gosford, and Nathan appeared with the 'Boat' (its our rented 2 berth van, named Boat by Nathan) and seconds after, the film crew of NBN appeared. We all had a good time to speak about this walk and it's meaning, and even Harvey was asked a question - sadly we never saw the 6 o'clock news, but the reaction the next day shows it was shown as passers by were bleeping the horns, and calling, 'mad Irishman - good onya'.

In one day we were on 2 radio stations, one newspaper article, and one TV interview, and we were then welcomed for a relaxing evening with Tiffany, a positive minded and inspiring person. She is a new friend who I knew of from our friends in Melbourne. Thanks Tiffany and all the media people who have made our day.

A final thought to the volunteers of the Information office in Mann Street Gosford, who made tea and biscuits, gave us directions and wisdom for the future. Thank you gents and ladies, it was a joy to meet you.

What a challenging but successful day.

I hope to update this blog later on the journey, including the TV interview, and a PDF of the newspaper article.

New pictures from Jennifer (photographer) who walked with us a few weeks ago across the Harbour Bridge. Thank you Jennifer and Vincent

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Back on The Road

Day 489

rain 13 °C


This is just a quick update that Nathan, Frank and of course Harvey are back on the road.

We left Syndey City Centre, yesterday to pick up the rented van in Carlton to complete the journey. Then Nathan drove us back to where the walk stopped in Liverpool and I took a short start again to Parramatta.

This morning was a wet and noisy main road to about 9km short of Hornsby, as we have a lot of replanning ahead, including finding the safest walk to Byron Bay.

Next target is Newcastle in about a week, so I will have a few words with the police about how to get passed the bridges with no width. There is always a challenge on each route.


Frank Muldowney

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Harvey' crosses the Harbour Bridge

Day 484 - 5000km

sunny 22 °C


It was a lovely day, and at 11.00am the people who could make it, to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, made it a day of joy. Nathan and I were delighted to complete this short but symbolic part of the journey, bringing the kilometre count to over 5,000. Markham, Jennifer, Katja, Hazel, Vincent, Hinn Li joined in both the directions, the lifting, the photography and the conversations. It was a very enjoyable day for all of us, as I personally never saw this part being feasable until this moment. It was a great bonus.

It has been 'one' long journey, taxing and more difficult than I first thought. It is now into the 16th month of this pilgrimage for peace and I have no intentions of stopping now. It was in February 2006 when I was staying with my cousins in Perth, thinking 'is it worth it? so much to lose, with slim chances to make a difference. I had no driver yet, the vehicle I needed was hard to find and I was worried about my finances and my visa was getting close to over the limit. It did not looked possible then.

Hinn Li and others gave Harvey a gentle push and a few carries over the steps, to cross this famous bridge.

In fact everything I wanted to start with, I couldn't. Instead I had to take a risk with no guarantee's. It came to be a leap of faith, that human kindness will carry me through this journey, and that was exactly what happened. Pushing Harvey across Australia was not a one mans mission. Harvey was guided, pushed, helped, oiled, repaired, loved and spoken too by hundreds from Perth to Serpentine, to Denmark, to Iron Knob, to Snowtown, to Violet Town, to Springhurst, to Moss Vale, to mention a few.

So did this walk make a difference? The answer is in the heart of those who met Harvey, and those who spoke of their dreams and desire for a more peaceful world. So the answer is simple, yes it made a difference, bringing imaginations and smiles combined, those who will think more of the possibilities of peace in the future. Thats the difference - more thoughts and visions of peace.

It was a privilige to walk with these people, from China, Germany, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Scotland, and part Canadian.

Anything good, spreads, like a stone in a pond, the ripples of kindness cannot be stopped. It always take years for new ideas and new thinking to be understood, particularly ideas set in the future. All I know is the desire for peace in now stronger than ever. We now have peace in Ireland, that was against the odds. More the reason for all of us in Ireland to lead by example, by never go back to violence, and show what Ireland has achieved so much over the years that peace can be created in any place in any nation.

For now it's a time to thank those who made this journey possible, and a time to enjoy this day and the last month and a half to Byron Bay, where Harvey will have his greatest moment in front of the Light House.


Frank Muldowney

PS Nathan still can't find Happy Guy, he was definitely not on the bridge! The search continues.

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Harvey - A Bridge too far?

Day 473

semi-overcast 15 °C


After a marathon journey, Frank Muldowney pushing Harvey has now walked 5,000km's for peace across Australia, from Perth to Sydney. It is now set on the 29th July, Sunday morning, to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, hoping to bring as many friends as possible on this short but symbolic walk.

Since Frank arrived Sydney, many obstacles have occured, which has delayed the momentum of the walk, but at the same time, Frank has met many Irish friends in the city who may just build even more interest in this meaningful walk. He now has more time to get a large number of peaceful minded people to create a peace walk across this famous bridge.

On the road with Nathan driving Namaste behind - At the statue of Mohandas Gandhi in Canberra.

The Walk for Peace across Sydney Harbour Bridge -

Sunday 11.00 am - July 29th
Meeting at the Circulat Quay - Wharf 6
Walk planned to end at Lavender Bay
Please join this walk, and bring your own video and still cameras where I can add what you recorded on this web site.

The Media Release of the blog - http://harvey.travellerspoint.com/49/
has been sent to all the newspapers, radio and TV stations.

Frank hopes to start the walk, north to Newcastle, early in August.

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